Hector McDonald Sutton (1903-1992) - Pastel, Vibrant Abstract
DescriptionAn expressive abstract piece by listed British artist Hector McDonald Sutton. The vivid array of colours against the grey buff wove creates a graphic feel, typical of Sutton's style. Laid to backing card and protected by an overlay sheet which has been inscribed with the artist's name and title 'Abstract 63-4'. Unsigned.
There is some light smudging to the fragile medium. Overall the appearance is very good.
26 x 9.1cm (10.2" x 3.6")Sheet: 38.3 x 18.3cm (15.1" x 7.2")
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Sutton was born in Walsall Wood, Staffordshire and studied at Southport and Liverpool Schools of Art before going on to the Royal College of Art. Between 1928-1937, he assisted Alfred Kingsley Lawrence, one of his tutors at the Royal College of Art, to complete the Bank of England Murals. Working as a painter, mural artist, print maker and later as a sculptor, Sutton exhibited at the Royal Academy and in the provinces. He held a number of teaching posts, becoming the first principal of Mansfield College of Art and was th adviser to Nottinghamshire Education Committee.
|Artist||Hector McDonald Sutton (1903-1992)|
|Dimensions||26 x 9.1cm|
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